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Re: lynx-dev LYNX: doing "]" (HEAD) on lynx doc & manual

From: Vlad Harchev
Subject: Re: lynx-dev LYNX: doing "]" (HEAD) on lynx doc & manual
Date: Sat, 4 Dec 1999 15:07:39 +0400 (SAMT)

On Fri, 3 Dec 1999, David Combs wrote:

> I do a "?", and get to the help-page.
> So, I click on the lynx-manual.
> Then, noting the 2.8.2 (nice!), I also want to see WHEN it
> was last updated.
> So I do "]":
>     sorry, document is not an html document
>     (or some such msg)
> I ask myself, well, just what IS this thing.  So I do "\".
> ----
> Please, what am I missing about this?
> Thanks
> David

 As others said, it's not an http url. You could press '=' - this will print
unix file times (access,creation,modification) in case of file://, or (I
don't remember exactly whether it will) last-modified time value value if it
was specified by server, also sending HEAD ']' can tell more about that

 Best regards,

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